Hearty Salads With Grapes

Published on: 27/05/2022 | Last Updated: 27/05/2022
Hearty Salads With Grapes

Grapes go well with herbs and poultry in salads. We offer several options for amazing salads with grapes for everyday and festive tables.

Grapes go well with herbs and poultry in salads. We offer several options for amazing salads with grapes for everyday and festive tables. Choose seedless grape varieties.

Fresh salad with chicken and avocado

 

Lightly smoked or fried chicken fillet, sweet and sour apple, juicy grapes, crunchy nuts - we are already salivating, we are trying!

Ingredients:

a bunch of salad mix, sweet and sour apple, a small handful of seedless green grapes, a handful of fried walnut kernels, fried or lightly smoked chicken breast, salt, pepper to taste, a spoon or two of olive oil, a spoonful of lemon juice.

Wash vegetables and fruits and pat dry with paper towels.

Peel the apple and seed box and cut into a thin strip, sprinkle with lemon juice. Cut the grapes in half, cut the finished breast into long strips.

Put the salad mix, apples, breasts, nuts, grapes, chicken on a plate. Salt, pepper and drizzle with oil. Bon appetit! 

Salad with grapes and feta

Crispy greens, sweet juicy grapes and spicy-salty feta.

Ingredients:

100-120 g of red grapes, 80 g of feta, a large bunch of salad mix, black pepper to taste, a spoonful of lemon juice, 2 tbsp. l. olive oil.

Wash the grapes, dry, cut the berries lengthwise, remove the seeds, if any. Cut the feta into cubes.

Put the salad mix on a flat dish, scatter the cheese and grapes. Season with pepper, lemon juice and olive oil. Ready!

Salad with grapes and canned pineapple

 

A simple and interesting salad is ideal for dough baskets. The salad has only three ready-made ingredients, and make a spicy sauce from mayonnaise and garlic.

You will need:

150 g seedless grapes, 150 g canned (or fresh) pineapples, 50 g hard cheese, 1-2 garlic cloves, salt and black pepper to taste, mayonnaise to taste.

Wash and dry the grapes with a paper towel, remove the berries from the branches. Cut each berry in half lengthwise.

Pat the pineapple dry with paper towels and cut into pieces the size of half a grape. Cheese also cut into cubes. Mix the cooked ingredients in a bowl, then pass the garlic through a press in the same place. Salt, pepper, dress the salad with mayonnaise and mix.

Arrange the salad in baskets or bowls. Enjoy! 

Salad with cheese, herbs and avocado

This salad can be formed in portions. For a heartier version, add fried shrimp or fried chicken (turkey) fillets to the salad.

For two servings of salad you will need:

a bunch of rucola, 50 g of seedless grapes, ripe avocado, 50-70 g of lightly salted or soft cheese, 40 g of roasted walnuts, 1/2 red onion, a spoonful of table vinegar or lemon juice, black pepper to taste, a couple of tablespoons of olive oil, optional: fried chicken fillet in pieces, fried shrimp.

Wash greens and vegetables, peel avocado. Cut the peeled onion into thin half rings. Put the arugula on a dish. Then sliced ​​​​avocado into thin slices, cheese cubes, onion half rings, nuts, grapes cut in halves. Whisk the lemon juice with oil and pepper and pour over the salad. Optionally, add a few peeled shrimp fried in oil or strips of fried chicken fillet. Enjoy!

Salad "Vine" with chicken

 

A win-win combination of chicken and grapes!

Ingredients:

300 g chicken fillet, 100 g hard cheese, 2 eggs, 250-300 g seedless grapes, apple, 50 g walnuts, a bunch of parsley, mayonnaise to taste, salt to taste.

Hard boil the eggs. Boil the chicken fillet in salted water until tender, about 20 minutes. Nuts can be calcined in a dry frying pan.

Grind the cooled chicken fillet, parsley and nuts. Grate cheese, eggs and peeled apple separately.

 

We will form the salad in layers, laying it on a flat dish in a rounded slide. Lubricate each layer with a thin layer of mayonnaise.

Bottom: chicken fillet and mayonnaise, walnuts (leave some for decoration), eggs and mayonnaise, apple and some mayonnaise, cheese and mayonnaise.

Decorate the salad with halves of grapes, laying them cut down. Start in a circle from the bottom and move towards the center. Fill empty spaces with nuts, make a sprig of parsley just before serving so that the greens do not wither. The beauty!

Salad with chicken "Wreath"

 

The salad can be arranged in the form of a Christmas wreath, or you can simply lay it out in layers in a transparent salad bowl. In the composition - chicken, grapes, sweet and sour apple, cheese, nuts. Excellent!

For the salad you will need:

200 g chicken fillet, 100 g hard cheese, 2 eggs, fresh cucumber, sweet and sour apple, 50 g grapes or prunes (plus for decoration), 30 g walnuts, mayonnaise to taste.

Boil the chicken fillet in salted water until tender or steam it. Hard boil the eggs. Cool and chop: chicken with a knife, eggs on a grater.

Grate cheese and peeled apple separately. Cucumber cut into cubes. Chop nuts. Cut seedless grapes in half lengthwise. If using prunes, then soak in boiling water for 15 minutes, then drain and chop into several pieces.

 

Form the salad on a flat dish in a circle, put a glass in the center, so we get a hole.

The first, bottom layer is chicken fillet. Lubricate with a thin layer of mayonnaise. The second layer is cucumber. Then the third layer is eggs and a layer of mayonnaise. Fourth - pieces of walnuts. Fifth - grapes (or prunes) and mayonnaise. The sixth layer is an apple and a little mayonnaise. Lubricate the sides with mayonnaise, and then sprinkle generously with grated cheese. Put the salad in the refrigerator for half an hour or an hour.

Decorate the salad with grapes (you can add pomegranate seeds) and herbs. Choose your glass carefully.

Happy and delicious holidays!


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